We have created a new sub reddit on Indian Academics, and are now thinking on the changes for the description to include even the abroad education questions of Indians.
We don't know complete grammar of English, and our user thinks this sentence as to be having grammatical mistake:
A sub-reddit for questions, discussion and resource sharing on Indians' academics/admissions/education.
We are thinking on there being a mistake in this part:
on Indians' academics/admissions/education.
Here is the reasoning given by the user:
im not a specialist in Language/Linguistics so my understanding comes from use and convention. so Indian is plural when used in the sentence "indian academics/admission/education" since it refers to indians as a people. Indian's would show possession but it would be incorrect to use "Indian's academics" since correct use would be India's academics. indians is plural but when used as "Indians academics/admission/education" the grammar is off since '/' is a substitute for and-or thus will read "Indians academics and-or research and-or education". thus right convention would be to have "on academics/admissions/education in India" or "on academics/admissions/education for indians. Im unfamiliar with the convention of how Indians' is used.
We thought, here we would know on whether the sentence is grammatically correct or not in least time. We are even thinking to have "regarding" instead of the word "on".